Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Fluval Chi Feng Shui Aquarium

I FINALLY found a modern fish tank that didn't look like a kindergarden gerbil cage. It's called Fluval Chi, it's Feng Shui and I LOVE IT! Not only is it a fish tank, it's a water fountain with river stones on top. It puts off a nice sound of water and has lights on top and on the bottom. You can find them at Petsmart. My 4 year old gold fish love their new home.

Hagen’s Fluval chi Aquarium Invites Positive Energy Into Living Areas and Work Spaces

MONTREAL. – Gazing at fish making their way through the gently moving water of an aquarium has always had a transformative relaxing effect on people. Now the new Fluval chi takes the soothing power of aquariums to the next level by drawing on the ancient Chinese transcendental system of Feng Shui, the literal English translation of which is “wind-water.”

The guiding principle of Feng Shui is to harmonize life by balancing it within the elements of nature. The new Fluval chi aquarium reflects this spirit by encouraging people to immerse themselves in the positive life flowing energy of its constantly moving water and lush soft evocative lights.

A vertically-oriented aquarium with an easy-to-use, low maintenance filtration system that keeps the water crystal clear, the Fluval chi was designed to radiate positive energy (or “chi”) throughout any home or office. Its elegant, yet subtle lines and harmonious balance of light and sound create a soothing atmosphere that gently envelops an area.

The aquarium’s filter is hidden by a centerpiece that’s topped by a mesmerizing fountain. Aside from bringing life-sustaining oxygen to the aquarium water, the bubbling fountain encourages thought, reflection and relaxation as the sound of its gently trickling water fills the room.

A pebble basket can be positioned on top of the filter cube, which further softens the sound of the bubbling water and creates a variety of interesting water images. Beneath the filter cube are 11 powerful LED lamps that provide illumination of the aquarium, casting a soothing light on the flora and fauna within, becoming a beacon for positive energy. A plant box can be filled with Fluval chi d├ęcor pieces or natural plants.

The Fluval chi aquarium is available in two sizes – 19 litres (5 gallons) and 25 litres (6.5 gallons), and is available at pet retailers nationwide.

2 comments:

Alicia xoxxo said...

That is so cool! I have always loved the look of a beautiful fish tank! This is by far the best I have ever seen! I would be terrified to have one though! I am afraid I would kill it! I can barely keep my bamboo plant alive :(

Ryan K said...

Alicia, I think fish are easier than plants :) You should get this tank and put one beta fish in it...just feed it once a day ;)